Stichill Village

Welcome to the Stichill Village website.

Stichill is a beautiful village in the Scottish Borders lying approximately 3 miles north of Kelso on the B6364.

Feel free to explore the site to find out more about life in and around our village.

Telephone Box Gallery


Old signposts

Village Church

As you walk around the village, take your time to view the current exhibition in the Telephone Box gallery, the war memorial, old Roxburghshire County Council signposts, the church, the row of cottages and the gate to the old mansion house.

If you are feeling more energetic you could take a walk to Stichill Linn waterfall (possibly one of the best kept secrets in the borders) and the old Stichill Bridge that crosses the Eden Water to the west of the village.

There are various clubs, classes and events in the village throughout the year - see the Village Hall and Clubs, Classes & Events pages for details.

The village has a long and fascinating history. Anyone interested in the history of Stichill and neighbouring parishes might enjoy a browse through the articles on Stichill History pages.

Books on Stichill

The books are written by Margaret Carlaw and Derek Ogston - please contact us if you would like to buy one (or more).

  • Stichill Parish Past and Present (2009) - sold out

  • Trees and Woodlands of Stichill Parish (2016)

  • Butterflies and Moths in the Scottish Borders Parish of Stichill (2017)

  • Aspects of Culture (2019)

All proceeds go to the village hall fund.